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as an fbi informant. he grew up to the bulger family who recruits whitey to be the fbi informant. >> the age of john conley. what was interesting, and, you know, there's so many interesting aspects about the story whether it's, you know, even the stuff where he's part of the cia project, while in prison, you know, who knows what the lasting effects of giving him lsd was. >> you'll hear that in the trial, believe me. >> yeah, but, you know, the really striking thing is this intertwined corruption of the mob and fbi if you can separate them in this case. they fought. did they think they made an informant from him or just a bad idea corrupt at the core? >> what's chilling, and i talked about this while mapping the book, could it have happened in any other city? my belief is no. there's no other city whether it's talking about new york, chicago, philadelphia, cleveland, l.a., atlanta, no city where you have the two strands of organized crime, one irish, one italian, and in all the other cities, the mafia is by far bigger, more powerful, and lucrative. in boston, it was not that way. what we trie
as an informant for the fbi going back to the early 1960's. mr. scarpa committed many of his crimes, including many murders, while working as an informant. this is an hour 45 minutes. [applause] >> okay. i feel like i know you people already. how is that? their i am. okay. now, first of all, i have to -- i just have to get a shot up to this museum. i have been to museums. we all went over kids in washington to the smithsonian because we want to look for john doe lungers' -- that's why we went to the smithsonian. this museum is absolutely extraordinary. it's astonishing that not only the depth and breadth of the research that went into this, but the multimedia displays, those of you are physically here understand what i'm talking about, but the museum itself is in this beautiful former post office, this historic building in downtown las vegas. the displays are extraordinary. it's not -- on the seventh or eighth level of meaning when comes to of material. i haven't done a miniseries eroded. it did not get made. this iconic book, the amazing -- the prosecutor and an associated press reporter. gas
him because he was a well-known heroin dealer. not a nice guy. they thought he was an fbi informant, so they called the fbi. this is just two years ago. they calledded the fbi saying he's your guy, we'll move on him. >> oh, no, not our guy, absolutely not. >> as soon as they have the wire up, they get wires on him, a court order, go on to the gangster's cell phone. the first, very first conversation they record is him talking to his fbi hand leer. >> i think the state police are coming after he. >> he was right. >> when they took him down, the same fbi supervisor said, oh, he's not our guy, called a state cop commander and said, hey, that was a great pinch you guys make. want to roll them together. the state cop says, roll him? we're putting him in prison. he said, what are you guys, crazy? he's a killer. he killed at least six people. the fbi agents' response to him was, we know of only one. [laughter] dealing with the guy that killed one person is acceptable. you asked me, has it changed? i don't believe it's changed. that's why i think -- i think the fbi needs an enema. the entir
. >> could have been the murder weapon, as far as i knew. >> yet, fbi supervisors decided to let wayne williams go that night. >> we first of all didn't have a body. so -- secondly, there was no one who saw wayne williams outside of his car. there was no one that saw him throw anything overboard. >> two days later, only a mile downstream from that bridge, another body. after two years, one suspect now, wayne williams. >>> when we come back, the lie detector test. >> it surprised him that he didn't beat that polygraph test. he was convinced he could beat a polygraph test. i said some reaction like, i'll be darned. you're the guy we've been looking for for two years. >>> the second day after wayne williams was seen on the chattahoochee river bridge, the body of nathaniel cater washed up downstream. he was a down on his luck drunk, 28 years old, but small, weighing under 150 pounds. again, the medical examiner said cater could have been killed, quote, with a choke hold, trapping the neck in the crook of the arm. his would be the last body found in the atlanta murders. the 27th male victim
graphic testimony from survivors of the massacre. jurors watched an fbi videotape of blood and bodies left throughout the medical building. more than one recounted hearing the pregnant private francesca velez say "my baby, my baby," just before she was shot in the back and killed. hasan acted as his own attorney, but he did not testify or call witnesses. in his opening statement, he admitted "i am the shooter." during a hearing this week, hasan said he had adequate provocation for the shooting. the victims, he said, were deploying soldiers engaged in an illegal war. if found guilty of multiple murders, including a capital murder, hasan could face the death penalty. bob, in a mental health evaluation, hasan told doctors that getting the death penalty would make him a martyr. >> schieffer: thank you, anna. the death toll in what appears to be a poison gas attack in the syrian civil war continues to rise. by some estimates, as many as 1,800 people may have been killed. rebels blame the syrian government, which continues to deny any responsibility. whoever is responsible, perhaps nothing can b
the march on washington in august 1963? the fbi. j. edgar hoover head of the fbi for decades at that point, j. edgar hoover in many ways hated the civil rights movement, and hated dr. martin luther king in particular. he was convinced the entire movement was a communist front manipulated by russia to overthrow the united states of america. david korn at mother jones magazine published a reminder that two days after the march on washington, two days after the i have a dream speech, the fbi circulated a memo summing up their reaction to the event and how they plan to respond to it. tim winer turned this up for his fbi history. the fbi memo two days after the speech said, in the light of king's powerful demogoging speech, we must mark him now, if we have not done so before, as the most dangerous negro of the future in this nation, from the standpoint of communism, the negro and national security. that memo, the most dangerous negro memo was circulated all over washington, capitol hill to the white house. official washington's view of martin luther king, especially after the i have a dream spe
network reported her to the fbi claiming she had stolen privileged electronic information from company files and illegally accessed employee credit card data. two months after she was fired, her home was raided. >> there was close to 16 or 17 fbi agents that stormed my home with guns drawn on my husband. called all of us out of our home, guns pointing at us. i'm crying because i have two dogs, not knowing what's going on many. >> the fbi came to your house with guns? >> yes, with guns in front of my children. >> because -- >> because i had a complaint against a charity that was lying. lying on their tax returns because they didn't want for people to find out what they were doing. >> the fbi's case was closed and the confiscated computers returned. kids wish network said it was planning on firing her anyway and accused her of stealing documents, even filing a defamation case against her. an attorney for the charity told cnn, there was nothing illegal unethical or immoral about the charities fund-raising. in the meantime, though, the charity admits it did pay the founder of kids wish net
of people out for a day at the beach. >>> when he started the job as head of the fbi, nobody including robert mueller himself ever imagined what was about to happen just a week later. it changed america, the fbi, and the world. tonight, as he prepares to leave the job, the longest-serving fbi director since j. edgar hoover speaks with our justice correspondent pete williams. >> reporter: robert mueller became fbi director a week before the september 11th terror attacks and doubled the number of agents assigned to terrorism. but some questioned the sting cases, people who have expressed only a desire to attack. >> i would ask a different question. how do you know when that person who harbors the intent to kill american citizens is going to move from harboring the intent to actually picking up a pistol and killing 13 people? >> i was looking at your picture in the lobby out here, and you have more gray hair now than you did when you became director. >> i'll also mention, so do you. >> all right, fair enough. >> reporter: he says it's been an intense 12 years and remembers the toughest ti
by the "new york times" where the court detected 75 cases where the f.b.i. misled the court in soliciting 75 warrants. well, that probably was only the tip of the iceberg, too. so this is a longstanding problem. they've known about it for a long time. they never really have attempted to solve it. >> now, one of the purposes of edward snowden having revealed a huge surveillance apparatus today is that we presume that things got out of control with the nsa's surveiling cape abblets. but are we at the point of no return here? where it can't be dismantled. all touf do is start unfunding them and they'll have to start cutting back. that's the way to do it like representtive initiative unfund this activity. that's the way to start. if they don't stop, start cutting even more. cut their funding. >> where there any reports of employees using the kind of surveillance capabilities to spy on their lovers, spy on anyone else that they wanted to? >> not that i was aware of. ok? i did not know of any of that when i was there. of course, i left after 9/11. that's when all the domestic to domestic communica
the job as head of the fbi, nobody including robert mueller himself ever imagined what was about to happen just a week later. it changed america, the fbi, and the world. tonight, as he prepares to leave the job, the longest serving fbi director since j. edgar hoover speaks with our justice correspond enent pete williams. >> reporter: robert mueller became fbi director a week before the 9/11 attacks. some question the sting cases, some people expressing only a desire to adak. >> i ask, when do you know when that person who harbors an intent to harming citizens to picking up a pistol and killing 13 people. >> i was looking at your picture in the lobby and you have more gray hair now than when you became director. >> i'll also mention, so do you. >> all right, fair enough. >> reporter: he says it's been an intense 12 years and remembers the toughest times. >> the hardest days that you have are those when you lose an agent in the course of duty. >> reporter: and the moments of uncertainty, like the chaotic hours after the boston marathon bombing. >> the investigation had more twists and turns
than that, you have been reading fbi reports sent talking to fbi agents. and they understand what is going on and you understand what is going on. and now it appears there is a very real crisis. the book tells definitively what you did, but would you just for the audience recount where you are that morning, what led you to do what you do. the series of events that led to this unprecedented transition. talk to us about that. >> and the alexander said this is the worst day of her life, the worst day of everybody's life, it was not a happy thing but that they was really the last three days before that, starting that saturday, there was intelligence information coming in that tomorrow, monday, a lot of people let out of the penitentiary, some of whom were suspect. that was on a saturday. fast forward monday night, the governor at midnight signed 52 pardons. my recollection is 24 of those people were convicted murderers. it was horrible, some of that was torture and poison and things like that and these were people that had already been rejected by the board of parole and pardons and s
but the search for joshua will continue until he is found. fbi agents were on the scene in the far south suburbs responding to a bank robbery this afternoon. three men, at least one of them armed, entered a u.s. bank branch demanding money. wgn's dan ponce is live in lansing with the latest developments. fortunately no gunshots fired during the robbery but to bank employees were injured. the fbi is handling the investigation and they released surveillance photos of the suspects and they are asking for help from the public. according to the fbi three men entered the bank branch at about 1:00 this afternoon in south suburban lansing. they wore hooded sweatshirts and cover their faces with bandanas or scarves. they're described as between 547 and 5 ft. 8 in. tall. at least one had a handgun and he jumped over the teller counter and demanded cash. no shots were fired by two bank employees suffered minor injuries during the confrontation. throughout the afternoon and evening fbi agents investigated. the bank was closed while witnesses talked to agents. the fbi did not say how much money the men escap
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with chemical weapons and what the fbi director is telling abc news about americans in syria. are they a new threat to our homeland. >>> text messages, the teenager abducted and rescued from the woods revealing what was in those messages and letters she exchanged with her kidnapper. >>> and vanished. watch these trees tonight disappear before our eyes. the massive sink hole caught on tape in one american community, what caused it, and this evening where it could happen next. >> good evening. diane is off on this thursday night. we do begin with an american treasure threatened by that fierce and growing wildfire tonight. yosemite national park and that fire inching closer by the minute. this is the scene on the ground this evening. the ancient sequoias, fire trucks rushing through valleys of fire. and just listen tonight. the sound of that wildfire raging out of control, hundreds of firefighters now deployed. new evacuations under way. that fire one of at least 50 burning in the west tonight in the county where yosemite is just declaring a state of emergency. abc's neal karlinsky is on the fr
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the reflective lens of a tail lamp. >> on saturday, august 10th, seven days after hannah went missing, the fbi assembled an army of specially trained agents. >> fbi sent people from three field offices and hostage rescue team from washington, d.c. u.s. marshals had resources. we sent homicide and child abuse investigators and some of our evidence technicians. >> first, they had to pinpoint hannah and dimaggio's exact location from the air. >> this wasn't just a regular plane. this is a plane equipped with fleer, a system used largely by mailter military. they were able to describe everything from this is how she is dressed. she has her hair in a bun. >> ron is the assistant director of the fbi's criminal investigative division. >> we have video feeds. we can see much in almost real-time. as we were observing, we saw hannah waving a brightly colored cloth toward the sky. so as to signal us. >> i remember being in the command center at the time. we heard someone say "a cat." we had heard from the horseback riders these two had a cat with them. not something you normally see in idaho back countr
. she denies that. they actually convinced the fbi to investigate her. >> by the way, why a charity has confidential, you know, propry terry document ps the world can't see, i don't quite understand. anyway, the fbi investigated after showing up at this woman's house, they didn't find anything, right? >> no, the case was closed by the fbi. the computers the fbi took in a raid, anderson, were given back to dubay. the sheriff's office in florida investigated and found there is no evidence of criminal wrongdoing and it's important to note that none of the financial information we use in our reporting came from dubay. the "tampa bay times," we used one thing, the charity's own tax returns to determine less than 3% of the kids wish network's cash goes to kids. >> also, i saw them say well, you know, there was a confidential yalty agreement with the employee. why does the charity have confidentiality agreements? are they, the cia? i never signed one with cnn. it's ridiculous. speaking of the 3% number, that was another thing in the response they talked about that they said was unfair, they ca
former fbi profiler clint van zandt will join me live for a half an hour interview. >>> plus, bradley manning's sudden revelation he wants to live as a woman. >>> on the road again. president obama kicks off a two-day bus tour on college debt. >>> i'm tamron hall. we'll get to all of that in a minute. first, we're following another developing story. the justice department is saying now it will go ahead with its efforts to block texas' new voter i.d. law. it was implemented after the supreme court back in june struck down a key provision of the 1965 voting rights act. nbc news justice correspondent pete williams joins us live. it's making headlines. >> it escalates the battle. the center piece is the supreme court's decision striking down the heart of the voting rights act. before the court ruled texas had to get preclearance for any changes on the election law and the federal court said no both to texas changing its voter i.d. law and redrawing its district lines for congressional and legislative districts. after that the justice department is pursuing new courts. we can't stop you un
. >> with the fbi now involved, a massive search was under way and questions being asked in san diego that were about to echo across the nation. who was jim dimaggio? why did he take teenage hannah? and where were these two needles in a seemingly infinite number of haystacks? >>> coming up -- >> a cell phone amber alert and hannah's best friend remembers something disturbing. >> he was telling her how beautiful she was and that he had a crush on her. she was really weirded out by it. john, it's over. don't punish yourself, it's my fault. of course it's your fault and i'm not punishing myself. i'm having dannon oikos zero per cent fat yogurt; twice the protein of regular low fat yogurt. that's what makes it so thick, rich. oh,.. this is kate... already? my sister... and that was my mother. dannon oikos greek nonfat yogurt, too delicious to be so nutritious. and try new rich creamy dannon oikos dips. so dippin' good. ♪ dannon. it's that's 50% off lenses. annual sale. including bifocals, no lines even sunglasses made with your prescription. so hurry in, sale ends september 9th. does your mouth o
them. james lee dimaggio was killed by fbi agents and hannah anderson returned. >> i wanted to thank the horseman and the amber alert and the sheriff and the fbi with everyone that put in their time oo mind me -- to find me. >>> president obama went back to school today on a two day bus tour discuss cutting college costs. he spoke in new york a few hours ago and pushed his plan to rank colleges according it costs, graduate rates and success in the working world. >> colleges that keep their tuition down and providing high quality education are the ones that will see taxpayer funding go up. it is time to stop subsidizing schools that are not producing good results. >> the plan requires students who receiveficial aid to complete courses before receiving more funds. the tour will stop in syracuse and pennsylvania. we have a special section on back to school on >>> police are searching for a man that robbed four businesses at gun point. shoppers who are on the look out for a man that stands out. >> reporter: business owners are taking extra precautions to guard against a rob
if it is anything dangerous. the f.b.i. is also responding. >> we will update this story through the newscast and on twit ter. >> good morning, breaking news in southern california. a tour bus over turned on 210 freeway injuring between 20 and 30 people east of los angeles. you can see from the pictures the chaos from overhead as the first responders triage the passengers so the most seriously hurt get immediate medical attention. >> this is not the correct video, this is hernandez, the negative thing patriots football player accused of murder. >> now, the freeway has been shut down and emergency vehicles need to get in and out of the scene and as far as we know, between 30 and 40 people have been injured. we saw one person being taken by helicopter away to a hospital on the 210 freeway which will be shut down for a long time. >> breaking news here, a big part of the stock market has come to a halt because of technical problems. nasdaq halted trading and asked other exchanges to stop trading securities shortly after 9:00 a.m. this morning our time. the problem is with a data feed that has upd
clara shamp's department, u.s. marshal's service and the fbi are working together to find sex offenders who registered as transients. more than 4,000 sex offenders in the county and 535 are registered as transients and they are required to reregister every 30 days which is why the task force is challenging the job of tracking them down. >> they have lookouts. as soon as law enforcement comes down here they have a way of notifying people that larw enforcement son the way and go elsewhere and wait until we leave and return back. >> in the process deputies found several people who are not sex offenders but who are wanted for other crimes. this woman was offered on a warrant for drug-related crimes. this paroleee was arrested on a drug violation. >> we find people with weapons, people on parole. >> reporter: this is the first of a two-day sweep and investors are looking for this man and this man, both registered sex offenders and investors say this effort to keep sex offenders from falling off the grid is especially important because an elementary school is just a few hundred yaerrds away f
and the role he plays in the story is funny. >> host: and the fbi at the time. >> guest: the head of the fbi at the time who is going to take a personal interest whether there's a homosexual ring, a gay ring at the center of the nixon administration. >> 2008 dwight was deputy -- good looking california guy. and well,let -- >> host: 72 years old. here is dwight. >> here we are, i mean, you know, i mean, i remember going home and scared to death. it's like a time bomb. it gets out and get to the press and get it going, you know, it's a disasters for all of us, you know, and it's not true! so the next day, each of us individually, separately, i should say, we go to the cabinet room, we sit across from us -- we put up our hand and are sworn in. and then each of us are questioned by "j. edgar" hoover. he asked all of the questions. and the transcript of this was provided to jack anderson. that's how it was stopped. and hoover was planning to give it to anderson? >> no. no anderson was going to go with the story. jack around sob the column nist. he was the going -- put the photographer down there
. >> nearly a week after the alleged kidnapping horseback riders spotted aned and james. killed by an f.b.i. agent and hannah returned to her family in southern california. >> i wanted to thank the horsemen and the amber alert and the sheriff and the f.b.i. with everyone that put in their time to find me. >> i'm emly submit reported. >>> former tight end aaron hernandez was indicted for first degree murder. he's already pleaded not guilty. the victim was found shot to death about a mile fromhernandez's home in june. there's been a rush to judgment in this case. >>> fort hood texas the fate of army major hiss yan is charged with killing is 13 people and wounding 30 others in a shooting rampage. she said it was necessary to protect muslim from american forces. if the jury finds him guilty he could be sentenced to death. >>> a swat team stormed an oakland apartment to remove swatters. it happened in a right across from highland hospital. about a dozen people unlawful eviction. >> these police came in pointed a gun at my face told me to drop everything i own and leave my home. >> it's a big pen
yesterday. this is the sketch right now. >> oakland police in the fbi plan to resume their search for a missing oakland toddler and they're now doubling reward for information about the case. the 22-month-old's father says the child disappeared from his car while he was in a convenience store. nick? >> well 45 days daphne webb's family wanted to know where she s today an announcement that they will be conducting a search tomorrow based on new information. they were tight lipped about what that information is but they say they believe it could produce clues to lead them to the missing toddler. >> just after 11:00 a.m. john webb told police his daughter disappeared after he left her in this suv with his elderly mother. webb said he made a quick run in this store for a drink whchl he came out, baby dapnhe was gone. prosecutors declined to file charges and he was released. today, oakland police said john webb remains a person of interest. >> why would you leave your baby with a seen yil grandma in the car? why would someone open a car door with a grown up in it and take the baby out?
missing for nearly seven weeks now. a tip from the fbi had a search crew of dozens combing through the dense trails surrounding merritt college. a pick and ax found on a bike trail turned out to be a false alarm. for daphne's family, finding nothing brings hope. >> we are still looking, still searching, still want our baby back. >> police say they have one more area to search, but they won't say where that place is. >>> the fbi just increased the reward money to $20,000. anyone with information about baby daphne's disappearance is asked to call the tip line. you can also join the search efforts at >>> members of the san diego community turned out today to remember two murder victims killed by a trusted family friend. >> we offer our own prayers. >> hanah anderson and her father joined about 500 other people at a memorial today for her mother and brother. police say christina and ethan anderson were murdered by james dimaggio, who also kidnapped 16- year-old, hanah, earlier this month. the family says they'll never make sense of the killings. >> we will miss
under federal equal rights law. the fbi would be happy to testify and show or be forced to testify and showed that they had investigated yemen and he's not a racist. but the point is this race baiting riled up an interest group, african-americans and their supporters. it's an industry. if they are angry, they are intensified in their support for obama. and thinking, the rich don't pay their fair share the obama knows they pay their fair share. last point, but the point is if they are riled up, if they're intensified, if there in the streets and their supporters then manipulated that way, she got is not looking at other stories in the news that these people don't want to put up. don't have any coverage of the fort hood shooting the how about the irs examining tea party group? get everybody talk about trayvon martin. is a very -- these are very effective techniques and the people running the obama campaign. we're going to have to have -- i dedicate this book to phyllis for her book in the '60s, a choice not an echo. the republican party does not run we'll conservative choices. the re
. >> reporter: outgoing fbi director robert mueller is offering a sober assessment. he told pierre thomas what keeps him up at night. >> the possibility of a plane being taken down. a weapon of mass destruction in the hands of a terrorist. >> reporter: mueller warned about another danger, americans joining islam mick radicals. do you believe some americans have made their way to syria? yes. >> reporter: he says fror groups and individuals have -- terror groups and individuals have my great to many areas in the middle east. >> it changed from september 11th where it was al qaeda, afghanistan, pakistan. it has gone to yemen, the arabian peninsula. >> reporter: mueller said law enforcement must do a better job identifying people before they act. >> i do believe we're better at responding, but when it goes to preventing at the outset, it's a difficult position on how you prevent that person, particularly when they have a past history of mental disease. >> reporter: last month mueller leaves the fbi after 12 years in charge. >>> from foreign threats to domestic, police in veg stopped two people who
back riders in the idaho wilderness spotted them. he was ultimately killed by an fbi agent and hannah returned to her family in southern california. >> i wanted to thank the horsemen and the sheriff and fbi and everybody that put in their time to find m . >> and now from abc2 maryla's most accurate forecast. >> check of the forecast. some shower and storm activity across the state right now but pretty minimal as we take a look. northeast maryland. bit of storm action flairing north to centerville. into northern queen anne's and another area of just moderate shower action passing through ceciltoo n. that will continue to move away. the overall set up here, fairly active in northeast maryland. otherwise things quiet. statewide. take the wide view. put you into live scan mode. isolated thunder in northern eastern shore and northern delaware. have you to go way out toward deep creek before you find anymore active weather. its been less active than anticipated, front coming through. just not sparking much action out ahead of that. weather in motion show you a little bit. sun and clouds
it is nonsense also those that genuinely did have been. and after watergate exposed various california and fbi. but the stories that keep getting told again and again and for what those day so it is nothing true of the object of the theory it talks about the anxiety in the experience of those who believe them as a term of folklore. and as the archetypal conspiracies garett -- terry i will give you their names did you can inquire in the question and answer if you like the enemy outside come to the enemy within, the enemy below in the end of the above in the benevolent conspiracy because sometimes they are supposed to be the good guys in the second half with american history to the lands that i set out in the first half of the book. and into the data self conscious conspiracy of the ironic style that people learn not so much interested in either espousing may be one of the rhone said something. and also a to make sure jollity conspiracy theories of the establishment that are not always called a conspiracy theories but has all sorts of notions taken seriously the most extreme example is of the '8
s policía y ayuda adicional como el f.b.i. , el presidente se comprometió hacer lo que podia >>un policía mató a un hombre que intentó arrancar. >> las autoridades pusieron una campaña exodus. >> en morgan hill que son sospechoso de robar una caja por venganza por haber sido despedido. >> la regreso entérese por qué los científicos dicen que es bueno salir a comprar de tacones. >> un alcalde quedó asombrado por una reportera queue se dudó. >> luego el tiempo ya volvemos ♪ ♪ varios líderes de la iglesia católica salieron a la calle por una reforma migratoria, el objetivo es presionar a los republicano. >> (gritos) la multitud llegó con energía. >> y fueron los feligreses de 18 distritos de los Ángeles, san bernandino y orange. >> caminaron cerca de 2 mil personas, todo porque un republicano no cree en la reforma. >> quiere asegurar que nadie cruce la frontera. >> mi padre acaba de fallecer en méxico y no pude ir porque no tengo papeles. >> la iglesia está a favor de tener algo justo. >> una reforma migratoria que solo continuará si la lucha continúa y vaj
they searched today was identified by the fbi as an area of interest, though they didn't find anything, it did lead them to another area they want to take a closer look at. on a sunny day made for hiking, meg thompson and her dog are logging miles, working. >> i send him into areas to check, especially steep areas we can't get to easily by ourselves. >> reporter: what they are looking for feels like a dark cloud on this sunny day. >> he's trained to find everything from teeth to newly dead bodies. >> reporter: kado is a cadaver dog, one of six used today, along with 45 search and rescue volunteers from alameda and santa clara county, to comb the hills around merritt college for daphne webb, the oakland toddler whose father reported her missing on july 10th. >> i'm confident we will find out what happened to this baby. >> reporter: police have identified an area of interest west of merritt college. a helicopter from east bay regional parks was up taking photos. >> that could potentially be something investigators may want to go back and revisit. >> family members are a little overwhelmed by it.
in proceeds, but the, uh, fbi's investigating that. no, no, no, no. fritz and i have discussed this, and we have a deal. we no longer share information with each other. yeah, well, i don't have that deal, and if there's one time that "no divisions" should mean something, it's when the fbi and local law enforcement can work together to solve a murder. chief, either tracy is the murderer and he's running around collecting all the evidence and he's contaminating every single witness -- or he's not the killer, and we have to stop him before he makes an arrest. until now, he's been one step ahead of us. but we know something that he doesn't -- where the victim spent the night and with whom. lieutenant tao. i'm updating the online case file as we speak, chief. woman: who is it? l.a.p.d., ms. morgan. i'm sorry to bother you. who did you say it was? oh, lieutenant andrew flynn of major crimes. i just want to ask you a few questions. oh. just a second. [ door unlocks ] oh! ow! what are you doing?! lieutenant flynn, i believe you've met lieutenant flynn. who the hell are you, huh?! m a serious homici
in the wilderness of idaho and an fbi team saved her. she corrected a report that she called dimaggio 13 times before he grabbed her. >> the phone calls weren't phone calls. they weren't texts, because he was picking me up from cheer camp, and he didn't know the address, like, where i was, so i had to tell him the address, tell him that i was going to be in the gym, not in front of the school, you say so he knew where to come get me. >> shepard: dimaggio died after a shootout with fbi agents nearly two weeks ago now. >>> investigators report that teenagers accused of killing a man for fun were essentially raising themselves. a live report on that next. plus, why bother why chopping down trees when the earth can just swallow them? how this happened coming up. can save by sharing. like carpools... polly wants to know if we can pick her up. yeah, we can make room. yeah. [ male announcer ] space. yes, we're loving this communal seating. it's great. [ male announcer ] the best thing to share? a data plan. at&t mobile share for business. one bucket of data for everyone on the plan, unlimit
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